Ordinary, Everyday…Average?

Toronto store “Average”, as the name suggests, retails everyday items, but designed with intention and curated with thought. It’s also an online shop. The international designers represented at this almost-hidden shop are brought together by owner Chris Hanz, meant to …

Piggy’s Restaurant

Piggy’s is a sprawling restaurant specializing in Korean BBQ and is from the same people behind Little Piggy’s in the Annex. Located at 5 Glen Cameron Road in Toronto it is in the heart of the action. The grills use …

A 19th Century Shopping Street

Ten years ago, the city of Toronto converted an 1832 distillery into a complex filled with hip shops and restaurants. The 47 Victorian Industrial buildings, known as the Gooderham & Worst Distillery, now operates as one of the country’s premier …

Secret Tunnels in Toronto??

Often considered urban myths, secret (or once secret) tunnels do exist in Toronto. Most people have heard about the 800 foot tunnel that connects Casa Loma to its stables, but there are others out there with even more allure, some …

Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival

The 13th Annual TOsketchfest will feature the much-anticipated return of UK musical comedy viral sensation Flo & Joan, quick-witted quartet TallBoyz II Men; a remount of the 2017 Fringe hit 32 Short Sketches About Bees; a live album recording by …

Celebrate Winter at Toronto Icefest

The Annual Bloor-Yorkville Icefest returns for its 13th year to Toronto, transforming the Village of Yorkville Park and Cumberland Street into a winter wonderland of Icefest attractions. On Saturday, February 24th, the Annual Ice Carving Competition will take place in …

The Vikings Are Coming!!

Royal Ontario Museum 100 Queen’s Park Toronto, Ontario NOVEMBER 4, 2017 TO APRIL 2, 2018 Bloodthirsty plunderers. Pillaging warriors. Seafaring traders. What do we really know about Vikings? Explore the myths and stereotypes of this ancient culture in VIKINGS: The …

BRODSKY BALLET WITH BARYSHNIKOV

BRODSKY / BARYSHNIKOV is a one-man theatrical performance that gives voice and verse to the poetry of Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky, performed by Mikhail Baryshnikov. the venue is Winter Garden Theatre, Toronto, 189 Yonge St. Conceived and directed by Alvis …

¡QUÉ HORROR!

Remember the zany, gory, incomparable 2006 film Pan’s Labyrinth? That movie had it all: monsters, fantastic settings and costumes, plus a meaningful political undercurrent. Head to the Art Gallery of Toronto, which is exhibiting work that attempts to unlock the …

What’s On This Week in Toronto

Tafelmusik’s original Messiah returns week with four uplifting performances. Revel in Handel’s original orchestration in the stunning surroundings of Koerner Hall. Then on Sunday, join the glory of the Hallelujah chorus with Sing-Along Messiah. “Herr Handel” will be on hand …